ZASH is a new digital currency for Zimbabwe – it is the “Bitcoin” of Zimbabwe

What is ZASH?

ZASH is Zimbabwe's pre-eminent token alternative to traditional cash-based payment options.

ZASH is fulfilling the dream of Bitcoin, which is to enable peer-to-peer cryptocurrency payments (as referenced in their White Paper). Nowhere in the world is there an existing authentic community of people transacting at Points-of-Sale using a virtual asset as payment. ZASH is making this a reality.

The ZASH network is distributed, meaning that no one person owns ZASH; rather, it is run by those who participate in the network, making use of decentralised computing.

The total supply of ZASH has been fixed at 4.5 billion, meaning no more ZASH can ever be created. All subscribers who sign up are allocated a certain amount of ZASH, with further allocations for each verified referral. ZASH grows in stature based on the network effect: a currency system has value based on the number of people who accept it and use it in day-to-day trade.

ZASH is fast

ZASH is scalable

ZASH is secure

ZASH works on an Ethereum-based blockchain using a Proof-of-Authority consensus algorithm to secure the network. In a world where most countries are printing money on a large scale, causing rampant inflation, ZASH is pioneering a better way.

ZASH is designed to facilitate both the micro- and macro-transactions of a nation, such that individuals can purchase small goods peer-to-peer, and is able to handle in excess of hundreds of millions of transactions.

By enabling seamless transactions intended for daily use, ZASH has real value as a payment solution. ZASH also allows for international access, with the potential to formalise the Zimbabwean economy.

ZASH is the coolest thing to hit Zimbabwe – for sustainable and secure digital transactions, trust ZASH.